more quickly than usual [= in a rush]:
Sorry, I can't stop, I'm in a hurry.
You'll make mistakes if you do things in too much of a hurry.
be in a hurry to do something! Do not say that you are 'in hurry'. Say that you are in a hurry.
Why are you in such a hurry to leave?
used to tell someone that they do not have to do something quickly or soon:
Pay me back whenever you can. There's no great hurry.
used to say that someone does not want to do something again:
We won't be going back there again in a hurry.
while you are trying to do something too quickly:
In his hurry to leave the room, he tripped over a chair.
to be able to wait because you have a lot of time in which to do something:
Take your time - I'm not in any hurry.
to be unwilling to do something or not want to do it soon:
He was clearly in no hurry to reply to our letter.
used to say that someone is doing something too quickly:
We've got plenty of time - what's all the hurry?